Stony Brook School - Res Gestae Yearbook (Stony Brook, NY)
- Class of 1953
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In the pages of this book we have given a picture
of a school year at Stony Brook. After reading it we
hope that you will have a better understanding of
our sincere Christian life: our sound educational
system, and our energetic athletic program. Each
phase is depicted truthfully, and we trust that you
will receive from it an impression of the love and
respect which we have for our dear Alma Mater.
Our campus life is portrayed as a theatrical produc-
tion-the directors being our faculty, the leading
men our seniors, the supporting cast our underclass-
men, and the stage itself our fair campus. Here then
is the thirty-Hrst edition of the Res Gestae.
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It is not easy to give you on a single page a message
worthy of your remembrance. As I have considered this
task, I have been humbled by the dijiculty of offering
you, simply out of my own thought, advice that will be
of lasting help to you. But I do not have to do this, be-
cause the Book upon which your Stony Brook education
is based has something to say for this as for every oc-
My message to you comes, therefore, straight from the
Bible. It consists of these four words from St. Mark,s
Gospel: "Have faith in Codf' Your training here has
taught you the essential facts about Him who spoke these
words. You know that He was God manifest in the flesh.
You know that as your Saviour He has reconciled you to
"Have faith in Codf' Wherever you may be and what-
ever you may do, you will never be in a situation in
which it will be unhelpful to do just what these four
words tell you. I f you are doing right, they will be for
you a tower of strength, if you should be doing wrong,
they will rebuke you and call you back to righteousness.
In college or in later life, in sickness or in health, in joy
or in sorrow, in success or in failure, in peace or in war,
they are always applicable.
"Have faith in Cod." Well, do you? I hope with all
my heart that you do and that the practice of these four
words will be your life principle. For only thus will you
be building upon the Rock.
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OSCAR FLOYD JOHNSON
Director of Athletics and
Physical Education, 1942
Instructor in Mathematics, 1937
Davidson College, A.B., 1936
Duke University, M.A., 1941
VAL E. HARTO
Instructor in Latin, 1941-42
Instructor in Latin, Mathematics, 1946
U. S. Army fArtiIIeryQ, 1942-46
Bloomfield College, A.B., 1940
Montclair State Teachers, 1940-41
New York University Graduate School
of Arts and Science, M.A., 1950
JOHN WARREN HERSHEY
Instructor in English, 1938-43
Instructor in English, 1946
U. S. Army flnfantryj, 1943-46
Franklin and Marshall College, A.B
fPhi Beta Kappaj , 1936
Duke University, M.A., 1942
DANIEL G. ROSENBERGER
Instructor in History, Bible, 1943
Shippensburg State Teachers College,
University of Pennsylvania, M .S .,
Pennsylvania State College,
University of Puerto Rico
Duke University Biblical Seminary,
New York University Graduate School,
CHARLES MILLS DAVIS
Instructor in English, 1943
Indiana State University, A.B., 1932
University of Chicago, M.A., 1940
MARVIN W. GOLDBERC
Director of Studies
Instructor in Chemistry, Algebra, 1945
Houghton College, A.B., 1936
Harvard University, Ed. M., 1943
Instructor in Hist
Houghton College, Aff.
University of Rochester
U. S. Marines, 1941-46
JOHN WESLEY COULD
Instructor in History, General Science
Instructor in Bible, English, 1951
Columbia University, AB., 1948,
University of London
Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary
S. Army flfngtneersj , 1942-46
CHARLES H. KERR
Instructor ll1SPZlIllS1l, French, 1949
Kings College, A.B., 1949
University Laval Graduate School
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WILLIAM F. BISCROVE RALPH RENNARD
Instructor in History and Remedial Instructor of History, Geography,
Houghton College, A.B., 1940 University of Maryland, B.S., 1949
University of Pennsylvania, M.A., University of Washington
1941 Universit D
U. S. Army, 1942-46
A. JAMES BARTON
Instructor of Biolov C
Cy, eneral Science,
Bible, Nature Study, Hygene,
Marshall College, B.S.,
University of Pittsburgh Graduate
U. S. Navy, 1943-45
, y of elaware
U. S. Army, 1944-46
MHS. CATHERINE MARCESON
1118-11'lll'101' in Music, Orgauist, 1942
American Conservatory, Fontainblerzu
IllSl1'llC10l' to Seventh Grade, 1952
Wlzenlon College, HS., 1952
MRS. JOSEPHINE C. JONES
1IlS11'LlC101' in Art, 1940
MRS. MARION H. CHENEY
New Paltz State College
H unter College
JOHN R. WASON
Assistant to Business Managel
Providence Bible Institute, 1946
Corlleri College of Theology, AB.,
Clark University, Worcester, Mass.,
J AMES E. HILL
Business Manager and
Assistant Treasurer, 1948
BERTHA V. ELLIS
School Nurse, 194-6
M edico-Chirurcial H ospital,
Training School, R. N.
University of Pennsylvania
MRS. ELIZABETH A. HOPKINS
Hopkins Hall House Mother, 1929
MRS. WALTER CARRELL
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Scc1'eln1'y to Healdnlaster, 1941
MRS. KATHARINE RENNARD
Record Clerk, 1949
MHS. DOROTHY LAUER
Secretary to Senior Master, 1952
MRS. SYLVIA H. MEYER
Secretary to Business Manager, 1952
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CARTER .................. Vice President
KEEN ...............................,.......... Secretary
MR. HARTO .............................. Advisor
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KENNETH M. ANDERSON
,I.V. Football 5, Wrestling 6, Tennis 5,63 Photography
Club 6g Art Class 5,6.
APPEARANCE: Electrified porcupine
DISLIKES: Getting up in A.M.
PASTIME Manual labor fdrawingj
AMBITION: Commercial artist
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I don't know"
Ken, another dormitory live wire, was often involved
in man-production crimes, being a buddy of Russ
Wardell, he could not avoid these dangerous under-
takings. I-Iis interests by no means terminated here as
he has a useful hobby of producing clearly sketched
caricatures. His pet peeve was undoubtedly rising each
morning, he' clearly proved this by his occasional late-
ness to breakfast. His hearty laughter resounding
through the halls has lighted the spirits of many fel-
low students one time or another.
ROY A. BIRKENLUND
Cross Country 5,65 Tennis 5,63 Tract Club 5,63 Choir 6.
APPEARANCE: Toni twin
LIKES: To read his Bible
DISLIKES: Worldly entertainment
PASTIME: Plane geometry
AMBITION: A Bible institute
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "But, Sirli'
Roy, having been a member of our class since the
eighth grade with the exception of his sophomore year,
has established himself as a zealous Christian who
"practices what he preaches." As a member of the
Tract Club, Deputation Team, and Christian Associa-
tion, he has wholeheartedly contributed to the spiritual
growth of the school. Since he is a resident of Brook-
lyn, he has loyally supported the Dodgersg and in
spite of their eventual defeats, he enthusiastically utters
the oft repeated adage, uwait until next yearf,
CLARENCE A. BLACK
J.V. Football 4, Cross Country 5, Biology Club 4,
Airplane Club 4.
APPEARANCE: Railroad engineer
LIKES: To be a defective detective
DISLIKES: Potentialities of the East
PASTIME: Dabbling in art
AMBITION: Forest ranger
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Yeh, I can
This fellow with a tranquil appearance, known about
the campus as Skip, hails from the far-removed state
of Washington. He is a true westerner in that he con-
siders no section of the states comparable to the Occi-
dent. He passes time by indulging in anything that has
mechanical potentiality, such as model railroads, model
airplanes, and automobiles. In this three year period
at Stony Brook, he has been a member of several clubs,
the model club was the one in which he found most
RICHARD L. BRUSH
Wrestling 6, Baseball 6, Choir 6, Clee Club 6, Chris-
tian Association 6, Tract Club 6.
LIKES: To be a Casonova
DISLIKES: Solid geometry
PASTIME: Rendering musical selections
AMBITION: Mission field
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Where did
you ever get the desire?"
This Williamsport, Pennsylvania lad came to us this
year as a senior, leaving behind numerous lovelorn
maidens. Dickis flooded mail box served as a witness
to his romantic history. Being musically inclined, he
is a talented trumpet player and accomplished vocalist,
which earned him the position of soloist in the choir.
Dick goes on deputations to perform with the Trumpet
Trio besides witnessing to others. His fine personality
and Christian testimony have set him apart as a
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DAVID J. CAMP
Cross Country 5,65 Varsity Basketball 5,63
APPEARANCE: Abraham Lincoln
DISLIKES: Cross Country
PASTIME: Ping pong
AMBITION: To find his sport
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "C'mon! will ya?,'
Hailing from Cortland, New York, Dave likes to brag
about all of the upper New York football and basket-
ball teams. Right or wrong about the superiority of
these teams, Dave is a "right guyw, and he has many
friends to testify to that fact. Above all else, Dave has
been recognized as a fighter both in athletics and stu-
dies, and we realize that with this kind of a back-
ground, Dave will achieve the kind of success that
ANDREW L. CARLSON
,l.V. Football 4-g Cross Country 5,63 Wrestling 5,6g
Track 5,63 Class Secretary 4,53 Tract Club 4,5,6g
Audio Visual Club 5,6g Christian Association 5,6g
Church Board 63 Assistant Editor, RES CESTAE 6.
APPEARANCE: Casper Milquetoast
LIKES: Fresh milk
DISLIKES: Uncooperative workers
PASTIME: Tidying Hegeman
AMBITION: Business Engineering
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You see, it's
Andy commenced his career at Stony Brook in his
freshman year, and since then he has moved steadily
up the stairway of success. For the last two years he
has been in the upper bracket of his class scholastically.
He made his debut in athletics in his junior year by
making the top five on the cross country team. This
year he became the Ivy League's second best runner.
During these years his Christian character has been
shown throughout the school as well as on deputations.
DAVID ALONZO CARTER
Cross Country 3,4-g Varsity Football 5,6g Freshman
Basketballg ,I.V. Basketball 43 Varsity Basketball 5,6g
Track 3,4-,5,6g Rifle Club 3, Model Airplane 4-3 Choir
4-g Audio Visual Club 5,6g Editor, Blue and White 5g
Christian Association 5,6g Tract Club 6g Photography
Club 6g RES GESTAE 63 Class Secretary 69 Class
Vice-President 4, Class President 5g Class Vice-Presi-
dent 6g Vice-President, Student Organization 65 Ex-
ecutive Committee 6g Advisory Committee 6.
APPEARANCE: Preying Mantis
LIKES: Powerhouse candy bars
PASTIME: Extra-curricular activities
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: L'No kiddin!"
It is difficult to put into words a description of this
prodigy from Maine. For some, merely the word
"Maine7' would be enough to identify "Joe", but for
the rest of you, I can say only this. He has found his
way into the heart of Stony Brook by hard work. He
was our best athlete of 1952 and editor of our school
paper. As his college he has chosen Wheaton, and we
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JOHN N. CROCK
Varsity Football 3,4-,5, fCaptainJ 6g Freshman Basket-
ballg Varsity Basketball 4-,5,6g Track 3,4-,5,6g Dra-
matics Club 4-,5,6g Proctor 5, Blue and White 53 Chris-
tian Association 5,63 Glee Club 5,69 Advisory Council
55 Executive Committee 6, Secretary, Student Organi-
zation 6g Editor, RES GESTAE 6.
DISLIKES: Being picked on
PASTIME: Exhibiting brute strength
AMBITION: School discus record
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: '4Do you give up?,'
The possessor of a lanky and solid stature, .Iohn ma-
triculated to Stony Brook fl'0llI Philadelphia as a fresh-
man and immediately reported for varsity football
practice where he was 1'eceived with open arms. His
prowess on the gridiron was rewarded as he was the
recipient of the Blocking Trophy in his junior year and
was chosen our captain this year. During these past
four years, John has proved himself not only an athlete,
but also a persevf-ring scholar and a real leader in
DONALD WRIGIIT FERNS
Stamp Club 4-,5,6g History Club 5,69 Music Apprecia-
tion Class 5,6g Tennis 5,6g Choir 4,5,6g Christian
APPEARANCE: Powder puff
LIKES: Classical music
PASTIME: Reporting those who are late
to choir practice
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I don,t care!',
Donas sincere amity has won him many friends during
the three years he has attended Stony Brook. His
pleasures lie in the quieter and more sober realms of
life, so he has been a loyal member of the choir and
stamp club over this three-year span. His is a familiar
face in the pantry each Sunday, when his generosity
with surplus ice-cream is appreciated by his associates.
Reliable and capable, Don will without a doubt con
tinue in his unassuming way in later life with ever
JAMES M. FOSTER
Cross Country 53 Track 5,6g Dramatics Club 6g Glee
Club 6g Choir 5,6g Business Manager, Blue and White
5, Business Manager, RES CESTAE 6.
APPEARANCE: The Thin Man
LIKES: Campaigning for money
DISLIKES: Hair on his chest
PASTIME: Religious differences
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Unhand me,
Jim, a veteran of several private schools, came to the
Stony Brook campus in his junior year. Being talented
in handling money, he immediately became the school
paper's business manager. After doing a satisfactory
job there, he was elected business manager of-the
RES GESTAE. In the intellectual department, his
name is usually found on the honor roll. When he is
slinking around the dormitory, his dry sense of humor
keeps all those who are in his presence smiling.
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Photography Club 65 Tennis 6.
APPEARANCE: Laundry man
LIKES: To make loud statements
DISLIKES: Jewish pickels
PASTIME: Spraining his ankles
AMBITION: Technical career
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Whadda ya
JACK S. GARLING
J.V. Football 5 fCaptainJg Varsity Football 63 Track
LIKES: Bakery products
DISLIKES: Class basketball referees
PASTIME: Defending Shippensburg
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You bumlv
From Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, the "Shippensburg
Flashl' arrived in the form of Jack Carling in his jun-
ior year. Since then his friendliness and sense of humor
have made him a good friend to all. Jack worked hard
on the football team, and although his pounds were
comparatively few, his intense eagerness in his play
enabled him to hold down the middle of the defensive
line. This drive carried over into his studies and track
where he concentrated on the dashes.
From the Orient came Dick, the possessor of a won-
derful sense of humor and fine personalityg and with
the possession of these two admirable traits he easily
made friends. Immediately he acquired membership
in the photography club, where his extreme interest in
snapping pictures proved highly beneficial. His digni-
fied air when carrying out his job as laundry man
brought a smile to all at hand. Dick has really demon-
stated his bent toward mathematics and science with
his lofty marks in the same.
BRUCE GREGOR INGLES
J.V. Football 53 Varsity Football 6g ,I.V. Basketball 5
fCaptainJ3 Track 53 Varsity Baseball 63 Choir 5,62
Glee Club 6g Blue and White 53 Christian Association
6g Literary Editor, RES GESTAE 63 Orchestra 6.
LIKES: To sleep in
DISLIKES: Mr. Rosenberger's jokes
PASTIME: Supplying pastimes
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What do ya say?"
Although several extra-curricular activities have eaten
up much of his spare time, Bruce has been another top
contender for scholastic honors in the senior class.
Besides possessing the raw essentials of a scholar, he
has athletic capabilities, having been a member of the
football, basketball and track squads. As he is the son
of a former Stony Brook teacher, he is rather well-
acquainted with the surrounding territory. His rabid
interest in chemistry and math has influenced his am-
GIRVIN PAUL KEEN
,I.V. Football 4-3 Varsity Football 5,6Q Wrestling 5,6Q
,I.V. Baseball 4-3 Track 53 Golf 63 Class Secretary 63
Circulation Manager, RES GESTAE 6.
APPEARANCE: .I oe College
DISLIKES: Moose's jokes
PASTIME: Dry humor
AMBITION: His father's footsteps
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "It's in the book!"
Cirv, chosen the boy best adapted to Stony Brook last
year, is one of the more quiet fellows in the senior
class, but his unruflled exterior does not hide his vari-
ous talents. Although a member of many clubs, he has
constantly merited high grades. Besides being varsity
center in football for two years, he was a defensive
standout in his senior year. He somehow manages to
lose suflicient poundage in the winter to become our
top wrestler in the 14-5-lb. class.
bition to become an engineer.
PAUL B. KING
Cross Country 4, Varsity Football 5,65 Wrestling 4,
5,6g Varsity Baseball 4-,5,6g Track 59 Audio-Visual
Club 63 Photography Club 6, Airplane Club 4, Blue
and White 5.
LIKES: Feats of strength
DISLIKES: Everything in general
PASTIME: Lost weekends
AMBITION: Additional Wrestlin con uests
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: g'LePs goqnowlv
Paul's solid frame, all-around ability, and grim deter-
mination have rendered him an invaluable addition to
the wrestling squad for three years now. During his
senior year he capably held a guard position in foot-
ball which helped condition him for his pet sport,
wrestling. Paul is seldom found about the campus on
week-ends, for he usually has plans, which are prompt-
ed by his little black book, made well in advance for
Cross Country 6, Track 63 Tract Club 6.
APPEARANCE: Cyrano De Bergerac
LIKES: To study
PASTIME: Mental absorption
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "It's da zame!"
Heinz, our exchange student this year from Bayreuth,
Germany, is better known about the campus as 5'Wolf-
pack." As he indulges in many activities, he is con-
stantly endeavoring to grasp that ever-sought-for sub-
stance-time. He is Precision personified when it comes
to his studies, for he has arranged an ingenious meth-
od of cataloging his knowledge. When teased about his
"zwei Liebenf, he merrily replies, "Ah-itis da zame."
Heinz has decided to follow in his fatheris footsteps,
to become an ambassador for Christ.
JOHN C. LEE
Varsity Football 5.6, ,l.V. Basketball 5, Varsity Bas-
ketball 6: J.V. Baseball 53 Varsity Baseball 6, Year-
book Staff 6.
APPEARANCE: Raggedy Ann
DISLIKES: Wariilirlg the bench
PASTIME: Originating slang
AlVlBlTlON: New London
FAORITE EXPRESSION: uBreak the holdlw
John is another of the class' top-notch comedians and
there is never a dull moment when he is tagging along.
His favorite hobby is throwing sarcasm at the other
states and their inhabitants, but he usually receives the
same back about his native state, New Jersey. On the
gridiron, basketball court, or baseball diamond, John
gives all competitors a hard time. Although burdened
with six solid subjects, he is a steady honor-roll con-
ALEXANDER MeLEOD MILLIGAN IV
Cross Country 3,4-,5,6g Freshman Basketball 3, Varsity
Basketball 455,63 Varsity Baseball 4-,5,6g Track 3,4-,5,6g
Dramatics Club 5,63 Blue and White 5, RES GESTAE
LIKES: To be a playboy
DISLIKES: Hopkinjs Hall brats
PASTIME: Expressing sarcasm
AMBITION: Chief Justime of the
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: c'What a simple
Mac, who comes from the coal mines of Pittsburgh,
is well known on the campus. His ability to instigate
plots against fellow students, and then to talk his way
out of the ensuing penalties, goes to show that he will
probably be a success as a lawyer, the profession which
he has chosen. Besides holding down first base since
his sophomore year, he also shines in basketball and
GEORGE MOY, JR.
Middlers 53 Wrestling 5,6Q Track 5,63 Tract Club 5,6Q
Christian Association 5,63 Choir 5,63 Blue and White
53 Art Class 53 Shop Club 4,53 Photography Club 5,6Q
Audio-Visual Club 63 Chaplain of Student Organiza-
APPEARANCE: Lady bug
LIKES: Tract club
DISLIKES: Imitation Chinese food
PASTIME :, Pondering over Solid
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Now wait a
From the heart of New York City came another fellow
we are proud to have as a member of our class. Taking
part in many Christian activities, George has been a
real inspiration as a Christian witness. Besides working
GEORGE LEWIS MURRAY
Dramatics Club 63 Tract Club 63 Clee Club 63 Choir 6.
LIKES: Study Hall privileges
DISLIKES: Room inspection
AMBITION : To pass Chemistry
PASTIME: Clever comebacks
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Stay cool, fellali'
From Beantown came this amicable fellow, the posses-
sor of a ready wit, who is frequently referred to as
HCasper." Although he claims that he studies, he finds
sleeping and writing letters to his "Hame" back home
much more appealing. He is an enthusiastic partici-
pant in many extra-curricular activities, which include
the Drarnatics and Tract Clubs. Because of his sharp
sense of humor, gales of laughter often resound from
his room much to the disturbance of neighboring
hard at track in the spring and being an excellent stu-
dent, he has been the chaplain of the Student Organi-
zation this past year. He is planning on an engineering
career and we know that God's will is taking place
in his life.
ROBERT .I. NOTAR
J.V. Football Manager 5, Golf Club 5,6g History Club
5g Tract Club 6, Christian Association 5,6.
DISLIKES: Hot spooks
PASTIME: Haircuts and shaves
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What are you,
crazy or what?"
One of the first things you notice about Bob is his
quiet manner and fine Christian testimony. As a mem-
ber of the deputation team and Christian Association,
Bob's standards are known throughout the school. Bob
is an ardent golfer who gives stiff competition to all
opponents. He participates in various extra-curricular
activities and willingly lends his vocal talents to this
yearls much inspired choir.
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CHARLES S. OSBORNE
Midget Football 1,2g ,I.V. Football 35 Varsity Football
4-,5,6g Midget Basketball 1,23 Wrestling 3, ,I.V. Basket-
ball 53 Midget Baseball 1,2g Track 3,4,5,6g Stamp Club
1,2g Rifle Club I,2g Art Class 4, Audio Visual Club
4,5,6g Photography Club 6.
LIKES: To work on his radio
AMBITION : Radio engineer
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I can't see it!"
Chick, the red-headed flash from near-by Smitbtown,
is a very popular man around campus, especially when
a senior party has been planned. His enchanting ways
with the women help to get many dates for some of the
less fortunate seniors. He is one of our outstanding
sprinters this year, and therefore will be a definite asset
to the track team. His enjoyment for tinkering with
the radio and television sets has furnished him with
much finesse along this line.
JAMES DAVID OSUNA
Cross Country 3,4-,5,6g Freshman Basketball: I.V. Bas-
ketball 5,6g Varsity Basketball 5: Tennis 3, Track 4,
5,6g Rifle Club 3,4-,6g Model Airplane Club 3,4g Presi-
dent Student Or anization 6' RES GESTAE 6' Execu-
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tive Committee 5,63 Advisory Committee 6.
DISLIKES: Any mental strain
PASTIME: Writing to Fredonia
AIVIBITION: Two minute 880
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: L'You simple
From the city of politicians fno offense to you, ,liml
came the Ivy League,s top cross country runner. For
the past two years he has won the Ivy League Cham-
pionship in Van Cortlandt Park to lead his team to vic-
tory. His talents are not limited to running, however,
as he is found a regular honor-roll member and may
be found during study halls in his cubicle delving into
the great American pastime, reading comic books.
"Slim" is also the president of the Student Organiza-
tion and an outstanding member of the track squad.
J. ALAN PATTERSON
Varsity Football 6, Varsity Basketball 6, Varsity Base-
ball 6g Tract Club 6: Audio Visual Club 6g Christian
Association 6g Advisory Committee 6.
LIKES: Street corner jazz concerts
DISLIKES: Sprinhornis wrestling tactics
PASTIME: Blowing bubbles
AIVIBITION: Second "Satchmo',
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "This is for
Al commenced his first year at Stony Brook by engag-
ing in a number of the schoolis activities. Since he
participated in Christian work in his home town of
Collingswood, New Jersey, he immediately became a
valuable member of the Deputation Team and Tract
Club. In the athletic realm, he was an asset to each
squad on which he played because of his lofty frame
and fighting spirit. He is also musically inclined, and
he generously donated his talents to this year's out-
standing trumpet trio.
HAROLD B. PATTISON
.I.V. Football 4-g Varsity Basketball 4-,5,6g Varsity Base-
ball 5g J.V. Baseball 5g Track 5,65 Cross Country 5,6g
Blue and White 55 RES GESTAE 6.
APPEARANCE: Jerry Lewis
DISLIKES: Progressive jazz
PASTIME: Harvesting letters
AMBITION : Dash records
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "He,s out of it
completely I "
Pat is another student who resides in New Jersey.
Since he and Woodel became roommates in their soph-
omore year, they have caused many a calamity in the
dorm and many laughs in the classroom. Pat's spark-
ling ability as a basketball player has enabled him to
be a varsity member for three years. Since he did so
well in the pentathlon and has improved so much in
cross country, he will this year be one of the class'
PETER C. PAY
Varsity Football 6g Varsity Basketball 6g Varsity Base-
ball 6g Clee Club 6.
APPEARANCE: Motorcycle cop
LIKES: Oversized clothes
DISLIKES: Blind dates
AMBITION: To get to college
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: HC' on you
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Pete, who came to Stony Brook from the distant me-
tropolis of Cleveland, immediately made a circle of
friends, but the unusual thing was that this circle en-
veloped the entire student body from the smallest first
former to his senior classmates. His drive and ability
in football carried over into basketball and baseball,
where he also starred. Although he managed steadily
to maintain honor roll average, he could invariably be
found in the midst of a group of pranksters seeking
new fields of conquest.
KENNETH C. POINSETT
Midget Football 3g ,I.V. Football 4,53 Varsity Football
6g Midget Basketball 3g J.V. Basketball 5g Wrestling
63 Choir 3, Tract Club 4, Audio Visual Club 6.
APPEARANCE: Carnival barker
LIKES: The fair sex
PASTIIVIE: Algebra II
AIVIBITION: Stony Brook diploma
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "This kid's
Ken is an old hand around the school, this being his
fifth year. He is popular not only throughout the
school itself, but also with many of the bonnie lasses
outside the school's gates. As he really shines with the
women, you can rest assured that whenever the phone
rings in the dorm, it,s for Ken. He avidly participates
in football, wrestling, and baseballg the latter being
his favorite sport. His spare time is usually consumed
by attentively listening to Dixieland jazz.
J. ALAN PROVAN
Varsity Football 6g Wrestling 65 Track 65 Tennis 6g
Christian Association 6g Photography Club 6g Execu-
tive Council 6.
APPEARANCE: The Great Stone Face
LIKES: Senior parties
DISLIKES: U. S. history
PASTIIVIE: Wooing womenkind
AMBITION: Better puns
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: HWhoop whoop!"
Last year Al came here for his senior year, and he took
such a liking to the place that he decided to return and
take a post-graduate course. Besides being a vital mem-
ber of the Christian Association, he has made a name
for himself on the athletic field. Playing tailback in
football, he is a member of the Stony Brook Touch-
down Club, and in the bleak days of winter he is our
heavyweight grappler. His athletic prowess continues
into spring when he eagerly throws his weight around
AXEL PATRICK SHILLERS
Midget Football 1,2g Midget Basketball 1,2g Midget
Baseball 1,2g ,l.V. Baseball 5, Varsity Baseball 6,
Stamp Club 1,2g Art Class 4-,5,6g Biology Club 6,
Blue and White 53 RES GESTAE 6.
APPEARANCE: Madame Pompadour
LIKES: To boast
DISLIKES: Getting booted out of French II
PASTIME: Solitaire baseball
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You know it!"
Some people are known by the company they keep,
but I think it,s safe to say that this boy's known by
the noise he makes. This usually includes an argument
on fishing, on which "Big Ax" is somewhat an expert.
His love for this pastime and his genuine interest for
sitting for hours with a pole in his hand while pulling
up old shoes, tires, and leaky buckets is something to
behold and admire. Our sincere hope is that if there's
a whale in the Potomac, he will hook him.
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JOHN W SLONAKER
.l.V. Football 3, Varsity Football 4-,6g Freshman Bas-
ketball 3g Manager, J.V. Basketball 4-3 Manager, Varsity
Basketball 63 J.V. Baseball 4-5 Track 3,4-,6g Audio-
Visual Club 4-,6g Biology Club 6.
APPEARANCE: Old Salt
DISLIKES: Pie beds
PASTIME: Assistant-assistant chef
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey, Payli'
From the rolling hills of the Pennsylvania Dutchland
comes our muscular friend, John Slonaker. Muscular
applies not only to his ability for playing on our foot-
ball team where he was a defensive standout, but also
to tossing the shotput during the track season. Since
he enjoys passing his spare time in the kitchen as a
deputy chef, his room is usually stocked with kitchen
goodies, much to the delight of the students residing
in Hegeman Hall.
,I.V. Football 4, Varsity Football 6, Wrestling 5,65
J.V. Baseball 4, Varsit Baseball 5,6g Art Class 4-,5,6g
Glee Club 6.
APPEARANCE: North American moose
LIKES: To be diiferent
DISLIKES: Missing his girl's picture
PASTIME: Pressing weights
AMBITION: Chemistry prize
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Where is that
Herb, more commonly known as "Moose,7' comes from
one of our rival towns, Huntington. During our athletic
engagements with Huntington, he is at a loss as to
which team to root for. When it comes to aptitude,
though, there is no confusion, as he constantly ranks
high in the class. Moose can be found in most hull
sessions, and his quips and timely words of wisdom
add flavor to the conversations. Herb is also valuable
to the class as a source of home-made goodies.
RONALD M. SPRINGHORN
Varsity Football 6, Wrestling 6g Track 63 Photog-
raphy Club 6.
APPEARANCE: Howdy Doody
LIKES: Weekend passes
DISLIKES: Open windows
PASTIME: Wine, women, and song
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I try to be goodln
Butch, the probable heir to the school laundry, resided
a short distance from the school, so on weekends he
usually invited several seniors to his home. Because
of his convertible and connections, he was a great asset
when it came time to arrange senior parties. On campus
he was a varsity wrestler and a budding scholar in the
classroom. All in all, Butch was generally liked and
sought for, especially on Thursdays.
CHARLES W. TAGART, JR.
Varsity Football 5,65 Varsity Basketball 55 Wrestling
65 Track 5,65 Rifle Club 5.
LIKES: To sleep
DISLIKES: Work job
PASTIIVIE: Witty remarks
AMBITION: Bell bottom trousers
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Well, what are
gonna do .
Chuck, whols doing post-graduate work this year, is an
ardent fan of the 25c pocket novel. Having completed
a day's routine, his favorite position is lying sprawled
across his bed greedily absorbing the adventures of
some two-gunned hombre. During the football season,
his clever quarterbacking strengthened the teamg
throughout the winter his ability as a grappler added
valuable points to our scoreg and in track he ran the
4-40, which helped to round out a good year.
RICHARD A. WALKER
,I.V. Football 4,55 Wrestling Manager 5,65 ,I.V. Base-
ball 4,55 Track Manager 65 Tract Club 5,65 Christian
Association 65 Blue and White 55 Photography Club 5.
LIKES: To win an argument
DISLIKES: His nickname
PASTIME: Distributing late slips
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Now that would
be my opinionf'
Dick, formerly of Flushing, N. Y., and presently rep-
resenting Wheaton, Illinois, has been an asset to the
Christian facilities around Stony Brook since he ar-
rived. By being an active member of the Tract Club,
deputation teams, and other Christian activities, he
has assisted in strengthening the school spiritually.
When a theological discussion took place, he was sure
to be present, expressing his sound viewpoints. Dickis
sincerity was combined with his casualness to make
him a true friend.
Cross Country 5,6Q Midget Football 23 Midget Basket-
ball 2g Wrestling 53 Midget Baseball 23 Track 5,6Q
Choir 2,5,63 Stamp Club 23 Church Board 5,63 Chris-
tian Association 5,63 Advisory Committee 5,6Q Glee
Club 5,6Q Tract Club 63 Photography Club 5,6Q Vice-
President of Class 5.
APPEARANCE: Cunga Din
DISLIKES: Book reports
PASTIME: Arguing with Moy
AMBITION: Cum Laude
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "How can you
be so absurd
Sammy is the kind of fellow who impresses you with
his sincerity and ever-present purpose in life. The son
of a Chinese missionary, Sam came back to Stony
Brook in his junior year after being away for two
years. Possessing a wonderful sense of humor and a
contagious laugh, Samls experiences in China during
the Communist invasion have not embittered himg but
rather, have filled him with an earnest desire to return
to China some day as an engineer.
RUSSELL HENDERSON WARDELL
Midget Football 33 Cross Country 43 ,l.V. Football 53
Freshman Basketballg Wrestling 5,63 Track 3,4363 ,l.V.
Baseball 53 Art Class 53 Clee Club 5,6.
LIKES: To play ping pong
DISLIKES: Notar's classical music
PASTIME: Melodious modulations
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Get out!"
From that glorious burg of Flushing, located in the
heart of Long Island, came one who has been recog-
nized as an easy-going guy. Besides the third Wardell
brother successfully to become an alumnus of Stony
Brook, Russ has ably continued the family tradition by
being a swell fellow. We'll all remember his sarcastic
wit, which livened up a number of discussions. After
earning his wrestling letter in his junior year, Russ
became one of the mainstays in that sport as a senior
L. MICHAEL WINSHIP
Cross Country Manager 5, J.V. Baseball 4,5g Varsity
Baseball 6g Tract Club 4-,5,6g Dramatics Club 5,63 Blue
and White 5, Christian Association 5,63 Church Board
5,65 Sports Editor, RES GESTAE 6.
APPEARANCE: Little Lord Fauntleroy
LIKES: Spare time
DISLIKES: Girls who don't write on time
PASTIME: Foreign phraseology
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Tell me more."
Mike, a Christian leader on the campus, and a great
help in getting the Tract Club going again, hails from
New Rochelle, New York. He is an all-around student,
known not only for his personal testimony but also
for being a regular on the honor roll. His afternoons
have been occupied with cross country, baseball, and
class basketball. Last summer Mike had the privilege
of traveling through Europe as an exchange student.
LEONARD F. WOODEL
J.V. Football 4, Varsity Football 5,6g ,l.V. Basketball
4-g Varsity Basketball 5,65 J.. Baseball 4, Track 4-g
arsity Baseball 5,65 Rifle Club 4,5,6.
APPEARANCE: Sitting Bull
LIKES: To clown around
DISLIKES: Acting sober
PASTIME: Hilarious imitations
AMBITION: Honor roll
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Well, aren't
you the one!"
Our leading class clown was also a football ace who
scored a high percentage of our touchdowns during the
past season. Being a versatile athlete, Len also held
starting positions on the basketball and baseball teams.
In the dormitory he was known for his clowning and
increasing interest and proficiency for getting impli-
cated in some sort of trouble. When it came to study-
ing, Len attempted to mix humor with book learnin',
the result being average grades.
EDWIN LEE WOOLLETT
,l.V. Football 3,45 Varsity Football 5,6g Freshman Bas-
ketball 3g J.V. Basketball 4,59 Track 3,4f,5,6g Stamp
Club 33 Tract Club 43 Proctor 5g Dramatics Club 5,65
Christian Association 5,65 Choir 44g Glee Club 65 Vice-
President of Class 33 Class President 41,6g Executive
Council 5g Advisory Council 6, Assistant Editor, Blue
and White 5, Photography Editor, RES GESTAE 6.
LIKES: Straight l's
PASTIME: Persuing "Quick"
AMBITION: 4'1" in English
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: '4Cierra la boca!"
Ed hailing from that sunny land of California, is one
of the smarter fellows in our class. Having obtained
the uprimusi' spot in the school last year, he is striving
to repeat that honor as a senior. Although Ed is a
"brain',, he has a good personality and is not a book-
worm. He has played varsity football for the past three
years and added his skill to the track aggregation as
he participated in the shot-put and relay.
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Slonaker, Moore manager, Coach Johnson. 41h Row: Dow, Ingles, Poinselt, Pay, Brush,
Upponcnls Stony Brook
Concordia Prep 12 .......... .......... 1 4
Poly Prep 144 .................. 0
Horace Mann 22 ......... ....... l 5
Adelphi 25 ................. ....... 1 4
St. Paul's 25 .......... ....... 1 3
Northport 7 ......... ....... 2 6
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LINE: Patterson. Crock. Stevenson, Keen. King. Carter, Woollett.
BACKFIELD: Pay, Provan. Tagurt, Osborne.
Outlook for the '52 football season was good. Showing up at early prac-
tice were a good part of last year's lineup and a good lot of promising play-
ers. Our first game with a new rival, Concordia Prep, was an inspiration
as we came from behind to win. Our second game of the year with Poly Prep
probably could be considered our best battle of the year even though it was
the only one in which We did not score. Our homecoming game with Horace
Mann was certainly a big disappointment. ln our next game the team played
a hard game against one little Adelphi man who kicked our bucket for four
tallies. Our own little Bary Vaughn made his debut as one of the team stars
among such names as Len Woodel, Alan Provan, Capt. John Crock, and Peter
Pay. After our loss to St. Paulis, we conquered our Northport rivals on our
home field. In a final attempt to break Riverdaleis undefeated record, we put
all we had into a well played and muddy duel, but failed. Our tussle with
Trinity was an invitation contest for the cellar position of the Ivy League.
Trinity gave in and let us have it.
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' - Port Jefferson 6 .....,... .............. 0
funlor Varsity N0a,p0rt6 ...............,. .... 6
Smithtown 0 .......... ........ 2 7
North Ort 24 4... ........ .... 0
Smithsywn 19 ........... ..... 0
La Salle 8 ............. ..... 0
St. Paufs O ......... ......... 4 42
Standing: Coax-h Rennard. Percy. Dow. McNamara, Clark, Skripak, Murray. Lange.
Kneeling: Dawson, Re-aves, Du Pres. Vaughn. Zicgenfelder. Jones.
Kneeling: Conch Fenton, Strong R.. Ellis ll., Van Licw. Munroe, Hagberg, Wicks, Lowander.
Standing: Johnson, Culllbcrl, Wilson, Davidson, Esser, Mungiamelli, Kalubiun, Alverzo. Cas-
cone, Bonard, Herz.
Opponents Stony Brook
St. Pau1's 13 ....... ............ 6 '
Greenville 20 ........ ..... 1 3
Friends 39 .............. ..... 1 9
St. Paul's 20 ........... .. 6
Creenvale 26 ....... ..... 1 3
Friends 14 .......... ..... 1 3
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South Hampton 24 .......
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Horace 1Vlann 37 .................................
La Salle Mil. Academy 4140 .........
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When the senior class of '52 graduated, it took with it last seasonls 2nd
and 3rd men from this yearis line-up. Those are important positions, and
the loss was felt when we lost our first three meets because of them to Poly,
Riverhead, and South Hampton respectively. Coach Goldberg worked hard
with Carlson and Wang to bring them up to fill these positions. To keep our
tradition of having a better than average cross country team, we had to win
without fail our remaining meets. The tide changed with a victory over West-
bury. Two more meets with Horace Mann and La Salle went our way with
a perfect score against La Salle. Witli Carlson and Wang coming in with
those 2nd and 3rd places, the team was very hopeful for taking the Ivy League
meet that followed and at the same time seeking revenge on Poly Prep. The
team brought home the bacon! Our last meet of the season was with Trinity.
,lim Usuna, the Ivy League champ for two straight years who has first place
in all meets this year but two where he came in second, broke our on course
record by 17 seconds. A great high school finish for a great star with a
Kneeling: Conch Fenton. Slonaker, mgr Sl d g J I gl Woodel, Milligan, Camp,
attison, Lee, J., Patterson, Cro
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Opponent Stony Brook
Alumni 47 .................. 58
La Salle 46 .................. 44
Concordia 34 .................. 43
Riverdale 23 .................. 45
Poly Prep 61 .................. 41
Adelphi 72 .................. 35
St. Paul's 54 .................. 48
Horace Mann 55 .................. 53
Friends 58 .................. 76
Smithtown 52 .................. 55
Trinity 51 .................. 60
Adelphi 59 .................. 48
Horace Mann 63 .................. 58
Northport 59 .................. 65
La Salle 47 .................. 48
Poly Prep 85 .................. 62
Riverdale 63 .................. 48
St. Paulis 55 .................. 56
Trinity 62 .................. 63
Nice going Bert!
A rangy group of veteran hallplayers, clad
in flashy navy blue uniforms, represented
Stony Brook well throughout the 1952-53 bas-
By the time the school was dismissed for
the Christmas holidays, the team boasted a
3-1 record, the sole loss coming at the hands
of La Salle in overtime. We gained sweet re-
venge, though, in the return game with the
military academy when we were the victors
by a mere point.
It would he difiicult to single out the high-
light of the season, for there were a numlier
of thrills such as those supplied by the second
La Salle game, Bert Pattisoifs 31 points in the
Northport contest, and our team high of 78
points when we met Friend's
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exciting game to watch, win or lose. Ahove
all, they have upheld the Stony Brook tradi-
tion and we are proud of them.
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Carter, Couch Coombs, Mr. Kerr, faculty sponsor.
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Huntington 20 ...................,. 22
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although handicapped by sicknesses and injuries and the inability to use our
two post-graduates wrestlers against high schools. Since most of the team
will be returning next year the prospects are excellent. The team spirit has
been good even when it has involved considerable self-denial. This is the
first year that there has been an lvy League in wrestling, and we fought hard
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Poinsett, Zumft, Stienfeldt, Moore, McNamara, Lee, J., Coach Johnson Last Row Wmshnp
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Kneeling: O'Rourk, Strong, R., Stevenson, Cooper, N., Muelenberg, Moss, Slonaker, Soerheide
Cauntlett, Reynolds. Standing: Wallig, C0lll'll Hershey, Osborne, Osunu, Pattison, Milligan
Crock, Provan, Camp, Woollett, Coach Goldberg, Springllorn. Last Row: Cleveland, Boice
Wardell, Lee, K., Dow, Carlson, A., Scott, Ziegenfelder. Moy.
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The Advisory Committee is
a function of the student body.
It is composed of five members
of the upper classes appointed
by the executive council. The
purpose of this committee is to
help other students who have
made mistakes and to save
them from any serious penalty.
Through the year the commit-
tee has worked effectively.
ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Standing: Patterson, Wang, Faculty Advis-
or Mr. Rennnrd, Woollelt. Scaled: Proven, Osunzl, Crock.
The Executive Council has met regularly and has sponsored various im-
provements for the student body. It has considered problems alfecting us all,
such as in improvements on the campus and in the dining room. These boys
deserve credit for the hours they have spent serving their fellow students
and their school.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Standing: Proven, Loc K. Middle: Crock, Milligan, Strong W.,
Mooney J., Boite. Strong B. Front: Mr. Relnnnrtl. Advisorg President Osunug Vice President
Front: Notnr. Winsllip. Crm-lx. Xxvilllgl. Strung: XY. S4-ulvd: Wlmllell. liill'll'l', Walker. Mr. Rosen
berger, O'R0urke, Ferns. Ingles. Standing: Muy, Moss, XYillnrd. I,2lllBl'S0lI. l'rovam, Blllsl
The Clll'iSliLlll Association is
made up of upper forniers,
mostly seniors, who are inter-
ested in Christian Workg and
who kmd Sunday evmnng
cluqqel services lmy' preparing
tulkg have rehgious Hhns of
interest shoxvn, sponsor Vish-
ing inissionuries, and lead song
lst Row: Wilson Hill, Hagberg, Boice, Knevht. Wang. 2nd Row: Baxter, 0'Rourke, Strong W.,
Cobb, Mr. Gould, Moy, Walker. Standing: Moss, Notar, Black, Towle, Patterson. Carter, Brush,
Cale, Kuhn, Willard, Scherer, Murray, Winsllip, Birkenlnnd. Carlson A.
Spreading the Gospel.
OH to a quick start with
douhle last yearis membership,
the tract clulm has set the pace
for the school,s outreach of
Christian activities. With
George Moy as elected presi-
dent of the organization, the
club has formulated and fol-
lowed through with plans for
tract distribution and occasion-
al deputations. lts main proj-
ect of the year was the organ-
ization of the United Long
Island Tract Distribution which
provides for an Island wide
distribution of smiliar tracts at
the same time.
Nl Nl!-XY HUIIOOI, 'l'lC,MfIIlCRS: Nw. julunfnn. Mrs.
rr. MVN. Zil!lIlll'I'Hl'. Mr. lgiNQlI'l7Yl', Hn. Rm-rllmrd.
' W I : 5 V--. '. luuld, Mr. Curtis,
'. Q1 ' ' V . '. -'F . '. jolmfon. 2nd HowA'Mr.
Sf'lllN'l'Q1,Q'l'., Mr. liisglwwe-. Mr. lloldln-rg, Strung, NV, Iinl
on ---Wlllxg. Winship. 1yR0llI4lx!', flurlson. A.
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lst Row: Tmslvn. Marlin, WvillkQ'lIllllll. Mrs. M:ll'gvsox1. Alvcrzo. Halglnwg. 2nd Row: Walllg,
Towle. Moy. Oahorm-. Ingles. Frirlw. Mr. lx:-rr. 3rd Hou: Ferns. Murray. Wade, Nolur.
Birkenlund. -itll Run: Foflvr. piIll1'l'rllll.. lirllxll.
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STAFF: Standing: Carter, Osunu, Keen, Stienfelflt, ,lee J., Milligan, Pattison, Woollett, bhlllers
Wixmslxip, Moy. Seated: Mr. Hurto, Carlson A.. Crock. Foster. Ingles.
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Daily Grind: Pattison. Osunn Semin Edlloh C nur md I 'Dm
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Editor: Stivnfvldt :md Anistaultz L00 J. Cil'1'lli1lli0ll ixl1llIilf.'2f'l'I K1-vu and lhlsillvss Manage
Sports Editor: Xxiillhilili and Aswiwtunl: Shillt-rs Pilotogralplly Editors:
Moy and Wuollett
Seated: 0'Rourke, Strong. Wolf. Standing: Caron. Socrhide, Morrow R., Psota, Mr. Burton, Hill,
Pierce W.. McN11n1urn,Piercc R., Towle, Carlson U.
Blue and White
The school newspaper, the Blue and White, with Bill Strong the editor,
and Mr. Barton, the faculty advisor, has had to organize an entire new stall
of reporters and others to take care of the necessary functions of a news-
paper. The paper has shown an improvement after at slow start this year,
and their goal has been to put out at least one printing every two weeks.
Much credit must be given for the splendid cooperation of the staff which
is a 'gmustw in the field of journalism.
EDITOR: Sll'0Ylg W-3 ADVISORI MY- BHNOII BUSINESS MCR.: O'Rourkeg IIIRCLTLATION MGR.: Wolf R
First row: Fischer. Hagberg, Lange, Cuthbert, Ziegenfelder, Cay, Davidson. I. Second row: Win-
ship, Murray, Woollett, Gale, Foster, Moore, Crock. Standing: Mr. Gould, Mr. Davis.
Wfork. work and ai play.
"Your shading is mo dark, Andy."
Standing: Carlson A., Armstrong. lJuProe. Mrs
Jones, Osborne. Sealed: Woodel. Stir-nfeldl
Shillers. From: Anderson.
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Davidson. liurlvr. Sl1llllllx1'l', Alnle-rfoll, llulhln-rl, l"ihl1er.l'urlw1'. Moy, Willard. 0lRtlUl'lx0. Han on
A udio- Wsual
The eleCt1'icul equipment of the
campus-tape 1'Cl,'0I'll0l'S, slide pm-
jcmflors. and nuwiv projvclors-is run
hy the Alldlllj-X'ilSllill Cluh, which has
spoiisorcd the Ctllltfilllflllill hlms
slmwn now und then in the gym after
supper. has set up lmulspeukm-S ut
our foolhull gznnvs. und has run
reels of Ll religious nature for the
Sunday evening vliapel services.
Aniong lllfJIllSPlYPS the inemlrc-rs re-
puir radios in the physicg lull, learn
SOIllCllllIlQI of elGcl1'oni1's. and linker
with i1IJpllilllL'6S such as field tole-
plimws 01' voice oscillators.
t'l'lI'UIll1'HZll Stony llrnnl
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The Glee Chili is directed
ef- -ff lhis year under lhe ahle lead-
ership of lVl1'. llisgrove. lVl1'.
lilisgrove has had singing ex-
periencres in the l'l0llglll0l1 Ora-
torio Society, The llougliton
Chapel Choir, and the lVlanlius
QN. YQ Civic Clos- Clulm. and
has had directing experience
in several cllurcli choirs.
Pe1'f01'1nanC0s ranging from
cflesu, Joy of lVlau's Desir-
iugf' "Low, how a Rose eler
Bloomingw and uLet us all
give lhanks to 'llliecfi to wlllie
lVlar4-li ofthe Mon of ll2ll'l0lTli,m
Wlllie joy of the Hlllll61',,l Wllhe
Two Cl'6lli1LllPl'S,l, and 'glllow
lvl Row: Murray, l7mt1'l', llrusli, Crm-la, Winolle-il. ind Row: the Mllll IDOWILM' ure t0 be
Morrow C.. lnglw. Wiardvll, Dow, Mr. llisggrove. .
bsTlllSLl1ljll'lr ills- ein-ml"
The Pliotograplly Clulm was
reorganized last year alter a
period of several years of non-
existence. It now has a new
darkroom with a line Consti-
tution and good organization.
lVlr. Harto and Mr. Rosen-
lrerger, the faculty advisors,
Worked hard in the organiza-
tion and developing of the clulm
and making the darkroom.
Kneeling: Kernom-hun. Wang. Standing: Moy. Provan. Knecln. Hill, Esser, Walker. Hsu,
Springllorn, Simon, Ellis. Moore, Mr. ROFPlllJt'l'gCF, Carter. Mr. Harlo, Morrow R., 0'R0urke,
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The Stamp Club
The Stamp Club is for stamp
collectors who Want to have
some free time each week to
work with their stamps. The
boys are encouraged to join by
getting five free stamps each
Miss Strong from Setauket
is in charge of the club, and
every time it meets she brings
things of interest to stamp col-
lectors and the boys to discuss
during the meeting. Any of the
boys who have any stamps to
mount in their albums may do
so while the meeting is in
Seated: Notnr. Standing: f:1Il'll1ll10., Herz, lVlcNnn1ara
Mr. Rosenberg, Ferns.
Alverzo, Hill, Cooper A., Towle, Miss Strong. Ferns, Friedrich,
The ffstory Club
Started last year because the
boys felt a need to know more
about their own state, this club
has had many enjoyable trips
to historic points of interest on
Long Island. Among the day
long trips taken this year have
been one to the Whaling Muse-
um at Sag Harbor and to His-
toric Montauk Point. The
clulfs small membership has
actually proved an asset to
them, since they Were able to
use faculty cars for travel.
Kneeling: Slanden. Cay, Marlin. Harm-tl. Adare, Bannnann, Wiillliifllllllll, Caritano. Jones
Standing: Cooper N., Dow. Cale. Barton, Mooney J., DuPree, Cobb. Zumlt, Lee K., Woodel
Caron. Mr. Curtis, Evans, Venahle, Osnna, Clary, Dawson, Morrow C.
"Tlmt's the kneeling position. General."
Biolo C ub
The Biology Club is under
the direction of Mr. Burton.
The club has been split up into
two sections so as to enable the
members to do what they want
to more easily. The MAB sec-
tion is mainly interested in the
outdoor phase of Biology.
Wllile the "B" section is lnuin-
ly interested in the Laboratory
field of Biology. The purpose
of this club is to learn more in
that vast and interesting field
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The night before
Campus wheels roll back into action.
"Turtle,' crawls on campus.
Wheels are nothing but small spokes . . .
bent and rusted.
Guess what-new boys arrive and Lee's
got a brother. Seventh grade teacher is
finally noticed by the "boys" Woodel
figures he lacks some credits and has to
go back to repeat the seventh.
Woodel is still a senior much to his dis-
Joe is getting sore from practice. And
how he scratched his beak! First chapel
speaker-future Senior Bible teacher-
oh, what he has in store for him!
Mr. Bisgrove says once out, it's for good
in history. Lee, Osborne, and Pattison
decide to settle down. Pep rally after
dinner-one in Lee's room after Wrestlers,
act-Mr. Could M.C.'s.
Bear attacks US. class and was found
to have a Hcoughf' Mr. Rosenberger
removing Woodelg so he wouldn't catch
a cold, of course.
In 15 minute period, Springhorn claims
he can lift 200 lbs. We don,t doubt the
200, hut what is it HlVlatch Sticksn?
Moans and groans over new late slip sys-
tem. Shall we try for 3000 this year,
Keen decides lunch wasn't up to par, so
is excused involuntarily.
One week of school finished, only 30
New Seniors all sleepin, and enjoy new
All guys on third floor-4'Don't mess with
"What,s a gHot Spook'?',, inquires Mr.
Gould. Murray laughs and says itls
scary. Lee thinks George has got to go!
One bun a piece! Oh well, d0I'1,t com-
plain until you only get the raisins.
Happy Birthday, Alg watch out for
Carter is reckoned with by Mr. Davis in
English. Please, Joe, one guy should pass
Everyone gets hack laundry. Springhorn
claims he only gets back buttons without
shirts. Better switch to Pioneer, Butch!
Everyone primed. Let,s beat Concordia!
Concordia beaten 14-12. Everyone gun-
ning for Poly Prep.
Sleep . . . Sleep . . . Sleep.
Day oil for varsity teams. Beat Poly to-
Brookers lose two tough ones, both in
C.G. and football . . . great meal though,
thanks to Poly!
C.C. loses to Riverhead 20-35l ,lust can't
seem to beat those boys. Port Jeff gets
another lesson on how to play football.
Keen sends pilot on mission across S.H.
Three pointer right in waste basket-nice
flying, Girv, did it have dualism on it?
Mr. Moss acts as enemy trying to prevent
flight across room.
Osuna and Carter get haircuts. Jim for
his girl, Joe to become a bald eagle.
Football loses to Horace Mann by 7
points. Should have beaten them, but
lets gun for Adelphi.
Mangiameli and cronies invade village.
"Watch out, Lee, my father's big!',
Slonaker relates tale of Wichita, Kansas,
in economics. Gee, I wish I were a meat
packer like my Uncle George!
Wichita sends Slonaker a letter, thanking
him for thinking of them in the Sun-
flower State. By the way, John, what's
your favorite flower?
Mr. Goldberg shows chem class the reac-
tion of Na and H20-Pretty dangerous
stuff. Moose wants to know where you
can buy some of da stuff. "Just knock it
down off the trees with your cutlass, Her-
bie ole boyf'
Woodel and history again part company.
G - 1 - R - L - S and Adelphi invade cam-
pus to meet Brookers on gridiron. Adel-
phi 26-14 over Big Blue.
We,ve finally located another ulVIole,, in
the person of Reaves-oh no, not another
Football team rests up for the Northport
game-also C.C. team for Ivy League.
Double victory for S.B.S. Football team
turns tide against Northport sparked by
Vaughnis touchdown jaunt-while Gold-
berg,s harriers clinch the Ivy League
crown by Osuna and Carlson's keeping
the fire going with a first and second.
Congratulations, both teams! Pattison
makes announcement concerning the bil-
liard team. He gets 2 bucks for 4 hours
-pretty cheap labor!
Only one more C.C. race left, also the
football team-both with Trinity the
Rain calls off game and race with Trinity
-anyone for chess?
C.C. Team down Tritity team, but the
gridiron boys don't make out so well-
drop a close one.
Everyone excited over coming Thanks-
Vacation over and the Hboysv return
loaded with turkey!
Basketball team has first practice-only
six days to get ready for aged alumni.
Wrestling team practices and Coach
Coombs looks to a fairly promising year
in the Ivy League. Good luck!
The Old lVIen are beaten easily as the
varsity looks pretty good. Spencer stays
overnight-he sleeps in the eagle's nest.
Gee, Spence, we hope you didn't find
Carter named first-string Ivy League
guard and first team all Long Island-
nice going, ,Iooo-e-e-el
Only six more days before Christmas va-
cation-for the good boys, that is. Woodel
figures on going home the 19th.
Riverdale comes to play S.B.S. hoopsters
and gets licked by 23 point sas first '5'
tickle the twines for a win.
Majority go home, even Woodel.
Bad men leave for home, sweet home!
Miscellaneous members of the student
body depart for home-I guess those 20
units weren't so good after all!
Basketballers return early from the va-
cation fto start practicej -"Did you guys
keep in shape?,', Coach Fenton asks.
VVoodel laughs heartily! J. Lee says he
can't get any slower, anyway.
Students return from the looong vacation
and find out it's really hard to get up in
Brooks bow to Poly for first Ivy League
defeat. Better luck next game, guys!
Laboring under the impression that he
was on the ranking ten. King decides va-
cation is over and comes back for exams.
Courtmen lose to Adelphi-not many
C - I - R - L - S come to this game-too
Wrestlers really rack up a victory against
Horace Mann to put themselves in first
place in the Ivy League.
Milligan and Camp are caught with high
explosives. Mr. Goldberg is going to re-
port them to the warden and cancel their
parole-see you guys in S.H.
S.B.S. wins two games as varsity hits 76
points against Friends.
Big weekend before exams-where were
Exams sta1't and the 'gboysv find out how
much they d0n't know.
Seniors finish up tests with a dilly of a
Bible paper. Average time: 1 hour 30
minutes . . . Davy was waiting to
Students are back and ready to start a
new semester. Carter and Wardell aren,t
around-maybe "Joe" took off on a trans-
Everyone notices King came back on
time-how did you ever do it, Paul?!
Smithtown loses to the Brookers as Blue
Brookers' matmen entertain Friends and
win 40-6. Well, whadlya gonna' do?
Senior poll out! Slonaker and Osborne
chosen-Woodel, Lee, and Pattison also
unanimous selections! Tagart comes back
from exam weekend-guess he crammed
Basketball team beats Trinity in a
double victory. Grapplers knock off
Poly loses an lvy League match with
Hoopsters squeak a win out of La Salle
Pillows taken from Lee and lVlilligan's
room after lights. Mr. Gould warns
'4boys" about fire drill. Bring on your
F. B. l.!
Wrestlers win-but Big Blue courtmen
can't stop .ludson of Poly as they are
beaten by 23 points.
The Daily Grind is on its way out, be-
cause the Res Cestae is being sent to
meet the deadline so . . . Good luck to
everyone in everything!
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A half-million copies of This TracT, 50.000 in Korean, by LieuT.-Gen. William
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Here is an excerpT from The Generals TesTimony:
"lT is wonderful To be a believer in The Lord Jesus ChrisT and l am ex-
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ln The Bible. The Word of God, The Lord has promised ThaT anyone who
believes in His only begoTTen Son, The Lord Jesus ChrisT. has been forgiven
his sin and iTs consequences, has been given eTernal life and has enTered
forever inTo The Kingdom of God."
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HUGH R. MUNRO, PresidenT EmeriTus
JOHN ADAMS HENRY, PresidenT RICHARD WOTKE, Treasurer
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PURCHASES 1187 ACRE
In June, Shelton College will move to
their new cam us-an 1187 acre estate
located in the lllamapo Mountains, one
h0ur's drive from New York City.
President Buswell termed this new
location as "the most beautiful campus
you've ever seen."
A total of 91 buildings are well situated
among a rolling tract of botanical gar-
dens, lawns, orchards, forest lakes and
The new campus will be ready for
occu ancy in September. New students
will be given a special Charter Member
Certificate to signify that they attended
the first semester at the new location.
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SHELTON COLLEGE offers you an education
based upon the American Way of Life and
founded upon the Bible as the infallible
Word of God.
Our new location will be Ringwoodboro,
New Jersey, where a magnificent new
campus in the Ramapo Mountains will
be ready for use in September.
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jirst with garlic salt or a little mustardl. Top half the muflins
with hamburgers and onion rings. Cover with remaining
muflins. Or serve with an assortment of relishes, and let
each person choose his own. Are they good? Just 'watch
one mms Mons Ann IMPORTANT: Be sure to ask for
Thomas' English Mujins. Baked from a
recipe generations old, they have
that real old-time flavor.
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guides wills oscillalion. lraclion and knee
aclion, and may be inslalled on all passen-
ger and freiglil elevalors. space permilling.
UJATENTED AND TRADE MARK REGISTEREDJ
MODEL C - for counferweighl and
low rise, low speed elevalors
MODEL A - for elevalors
For furlher informalion inquire of your mainlenance company or
ELEVATUR SAFETY CORP.
BABYLON MILK and
CREAM CO., Inc.
Wholesale Dairy Producfs
MILK, CREAM, ICE CREAM MIX
CHARLES KASS, Sales Manager
50 E. HOFFMAN AVENUE LINDENHURST, L. I., N. Y.
THE FITCH INVESTORS SERVICE
I20 WALL STREET
NEW YORK 5. N. Y.
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THE SENIUR CLASS
M 81 M Leslie M. Winship
CLASS OF '55
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VILLAGE BARBER SHOP
Wafch Repairing Done on Premises
JOE PASTORELLI, Prop.
"HOMES AND BUILDING SITES
Complimenis of . . .
2 LAWRENCE KARP
77 W. Main S'I'reeI', Smifhfown Branch
S 79 CarIe'I'on Avenue, Ceniral Islip
Sow a +houqh+, and you reap an ad:
Sow an acf, and you reap a habit
Sow a habit and you reap a characferg
Sow a characrer. and you reap a desiiny.
"Bes'I' Wishes Io Ihe Class of I953"
"CHARACTER BEFORE CAREER"
I . ,,
FINE FOOTWEAR T.XlE FOR 56 YEARS
I7 CorIIandI Sf., near Church SI. 348 Fulfon SI., near Boro Hall
I3B9 Broadway, near 38Ih Sf. 898 Flafbush Ave., near Church Ave.
26 Easi 42nd SI., near Madison Ave. JAMAICA: I65-08 Jamaica Ave.
3I4 Easi Fordham
NEWARK BOSTON PHILADELPHIA WASHINGTON
843 Broad SI. 330 Washingfon SI. I22I Chesfnui I327 F SI., N.W.
S+. James 2-697I Complimenfs of . . .
JOSEPH J. DOWLING AGENCY LOUIS H. AMSLER CO., INC.
50 CHURCH STREET
AnaIys'I' - Consulfani' NEW YGRKI N. Y.
ST. JAMES, L. I.
Smithtown, L. I.
PLASTIC NOVELTIES, KEY CHAINS
and SCREW DRIVERS
Complimenfs of. . .
Complimenfs of . . .
Seven Gables Garage
Sales and Service
H. H. EDWARDS, Inc.
COMMACK, L. I.
Manhattan Casualty Company
GENERAL MOTORS BUILDING
NEW YORK I9, N. Y.
GREETINGS FROM HOUGHTON COLLEGE
L. Io R.: Karl Woodmansee, Carl Kruschwih, Gerard Polloclr, Gordon Beck.
lNoI picfureclz Ted Durr, Warren Byerlyl
Karl Woodmansee, spealring for fhe group, said, "We believe I-IoughIon's spirifual
emphasis. scholasfic sfanding, and friendly spirif will always appeal fo Sfony Brook
YOU, TOO, MAY SECURE
6 SCHOLASTIC SCHOLARSHIP
Houghfon College makes available scholarship aid fo any Freshman sfudenf
needing assisfance and who ranks in fhe upper fiffh of his class in high school.
Houghfon College, a Thoroughly accredifed school. granfs B.A.. B.S., B.Mus.,
and B.R.E. degrees as well as a Chrisfian WorIcer's Diploma. Courses are faughf
by compefenf. Chrisfian professors.
I-loughfon College. a co-educafional school, affords 'rhe opporfunify of lasfing
friendships wifh Chrisfian sfudenfs from many sfafes and some foreign counfries.
I-loughfon College offers a well diversified afhlefic program of inframural sporfs:
opporfunify fo parficipafe in all phases of radio producfion fhrough WJSL: fhe
challenge of Chrisfian service: fhe enioymenf of numerous club acfivifiesg and
membership in musical organizafions.
I-ioueHToN, NEW YORK
CompIimen+s of . . . Tel. Amifyville 2880
JOHN MOHLENHOFF PRUDENT CONTROLS
FLORISTS General Exferminafing-Tree Care Services
HUNTINGTON. L. I. AMITYVILLE. NEW YORK
JOHN W. CONANT
l775 BROADWAY NEW YORK CITY
DR. 84 MRS. L. F. CLARY DR. 84 MRS. FREDERICK E. WICKS
E. .... W
"Our counTry has been running a series of governmenTal and social
experimenTs, many oT which migh+ Turn ouT beTTer if They were spread
ouT over a longer period. Very Tew people are adverse To any reasonable
eTTorT Toward bringing abouT human beTTermenT, buT experience has
TaughT The world ThaT growTh in individual inTelligence musT lceep sTep
wiTh benevolenT beTTermenT.
"We urge Those who have had The good TorTune To have been well
educaTed To lceep The soluTion oT The peace problems in mind, making
Their inTluence TelT, and noT being aTraid To speak ouT and Thus To guide
The world inTo saTer channels."
Dresses and Gowns: WI 7-7320
CoaTs and SuiTs: WI 7-7524
in the village
HOUSE OF STYLES
STONY BROOK, L. I.
I I WEST 34+h STREET
NEW YORK I, N. Y.
Soda FounTain - LuncheoneTTe
TUTI'III.l AND YOUNG
Fuel, Oil, Kerosene, Gasoline
GEO. JACKSON CO.
B U S H' ' e SETAUKET. N. Y.
H. B. FRED KUHLS
THE FAMILY or
GIRVIN P. KEEN
5 T A T E MARTIN AND WILLIAM SMITH
5 M U N I CI PA L
9 B O N D S Packinghouse Designers and
ANDREWS 8. WELLS, INC.
S 70 PINE STREET, NEW YORK 5, N. Y.
Telephone WI-IHeI1all 3-3800 627 HUDSON STREET
Telefype NY I-2505 NEW YORK' N' Y'
COM LI ENTS OF
GOO UCK 53
CO L ENTS
MR. and MRS. A. L. JACOBSEN
020101 ' W-eaxangx 401
Telephone P. J. 8-0046 S+. James 6460
NEWCOMB BROS. STATION PHARMACY
DODGE 81 PLYMOUTH Robed, Spage Ph.G.
Sales and Service
Cars, Trucks. Pads. Accessorles LAKE AVENUE
ST. JAMES. L. I.
PORT JEFFERSON. N. Y.
ANTIQUES AND USED FURNITURE
THE GRASS WITHERETH, THE FLOWER
E GATES FADETH
BUT THE WORD OF OUR GOD SHALL
STONO BROOK RAILROAD ST. STAND FOREVER
S. B. 7-Ol I7 Psa 4018
BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS
VALLEY BAKING CO., Inc.
BLUE POINT Z
Stony Brook School
PAST THIRTY THREE YEARS
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING
BLUE POINT LONG ISLAND
BL Po I 40420
JOHN E. KUHLKE
MRS. CATHERINE WARDELI.
42-3I I56+h S+ree+ Flushing 55, N. Y.
Phone: Fl.. 9-3585
PRESTIGE fhe loveliesi of silver plafe
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hubsher
' Accrediled by New England Associalion
S of Colleges and Secondary Schools . ..
Member Associalion of American Col-
leges . . . Regislered by fhe Deparl-
menl of Educalion of The Sfafe of
' Majors in sixfeen deparlrnenfs leading lo
degree of Bachelor of Arfs, Bachelor
of Science, Bachelor ol Arfs in The-
ology, and Bachelor of Theology.
' Coeducafional and cosmopolilan . . .
Sludenls from lhirly sfales. Canada
and several ofher foreign counlries.
' lnlerdenorninalional in service . . . Thirry
differenr denominafions represenfed in
' Wrile Regislrar for calalog and piclure
Eastern Nazarene College
i - woLLAsToN, MASS.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Wolf
General Coniracior and Builder
Complimenis of . ..
Mr. 8. Mrs. William H. Siegel
Mr. 8. Mrs. Theodore P. Siegel
SOUTH BAY FISH 8. FRUIT
50 SOUTH OCEAN AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N. Y.
C I a s s of I 9 5 3
MR. 8. MRS. HENRY L. CARLSON
Telephone 7-I7 l 2
Fancy Groceries, Meais and Vegefables
S. S. PIERCE AGENCY
OLD GREENWl.Cl-l, CONN.
THIS PAGE IS DEDICATED
TO THE MANY FRIENDS AND PARENTS
WHO HAVE SO GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED
AND HAVE JOINED TO MAKE POSSIBLE
Complimenfs To The
C R 0 W N SENIOR CLASS OF '53
Mr. 8. Mrs. Norman Crock
Fresh killed Broilers and Roasters
NEW LAID E665 SHIPPED DAILY
Complimemls of . . .
PORT JEFFERSON STATION
NEW YORK Mr. 8. Mrs. Edward O. Dow
"Excep+ The Lord build The home 'lhey labor in vain l'ha+ build I+."
STONY BROOK 1941
Van Kampen Press
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans
Tires, Tubes, Auio Accessories
Telephone 3 I 7
SALES 8. SERVICE, Inc.
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
630 NEW YORK AVENUE
HUNTINGTON, N. Y.
Por+ Jeiferson 500
THE FLOWER BOCKS
RUTH and DOUG
"Arr WHI1 Flowers"
PORT JEFFERSON STATION, N.
Member F. T. P
L. C. CLARK CO.
We solicii' and apprecia'l'e
Smifhfown I4I 8
FRANK J. CORBANI
REAL ESTATE -INSURANCE
SMITHTOWN BRANCH. N. Y.
Complimenis of. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Ellis
Congratulations from . . .
D E S K S , IN C .
7I FIFTH AVENUE A FREND
NEW vomc cmr 3. N. Y.
Proverbs 3:5, 6
PERIOD AND MODERN OFFICE
CHAIRS AND DESKS FOR THE HOME ROSCOE R' MARTIN
FLushing 9-3585 and FL 3-4629 HUn'ringIon 4-5937 E
DAVID P. WARDELL 5
Licensed EIec'IricaI Confracfor
FLUSHING, N. Y. NI E I T I N G
Open I'o I A.M. - Safurday 'Io 3 A.M. 5
ZIZRALIOUNT jLAS: co' 22 W. JERICHO TURNPIKE Q
I ...R 'Ior ep'rs
a egmrjrsssn Floofgjvering a' HUNTINGTON STATION, L. I. 5
903 NEW YORK AVENUE 5
HUNTINGTON STATION, N. Y.
O B DAVIS I GRADUATING STUDENTS
i EURNITURE nc' parficularly will wanl' 'ro keep up
and reading Chrislian liieralure.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
conlains iusf Ihe diversified reading ou need.
including helps on Ihe Infernaiional Uniform
Sunday School Lesson.
GREETINGS Special shori' Ierm oFfer- I8 weeks for SI.
from THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TIMES CO.
CARL HEYSER JR '24 325 Norfh Thir'I'een+h Sfreei'
' i PHILADELPHIA 5. PA.
AN ASSET TO YOUR HOME
A BEAUTY SPOT IN YOUR COMMUNITY
JERSEY CITY 6 N J
ChrisI'ian College Educa+ion
is now available in New Yorlc Ci+y
Shelfon College granfs 'rhe
B.A. in English. Philosophy, Social Sludies.
Greek, Semiiics. I-Ielorew and Koine
B.R.E. in Chrislian Educalion and Bible
Th.B. in Theology
Shellon provides high college s+andards on a
sound Bible-believing basis free from denomi-
nalional bias and all enfangling alliances wiI'h
modernism. Sfrong Iheological and pre-Iheo-
WRITE FOR CATALOG
DR. J. ouvek BUSWELL. JR.. Presidenf
340 Wesi' 55I'h SI'reeI New York I9, N. Y.
FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION
Plan +o come Io
THE STONY BROOK
HILLSIDE SERVICE STATION
Repairs - Accessories
I87-4I HILLSIDE AVENUE
HOLLIS, L. I.
L. Parry J. Gillespie
BEST WISHES . . .
NATIONAL PROPANE CORP
CENTRAL ISLIP, N. Y.
BOTT ED GAS ND APPLIANCES
FREDERIC P. WIEDERSUM
THE BANK OF
228 EAST MAIN STREET
PORT JEFFERSON. N. Y.
P. J. 8-0900
PATCI-IOGUE RD. and DAYTON AVE.
PORT JEFFERSON STA., N. Y.
P. J. 8-O2l9
Member F. D. I. C.
Member Federal Reserve Sysfem
DIEGES 8. CLUST
I7 John Slreel New York 8, N. Y
JEWELERS FOR YOUR CLASS RINGS
Rings, Medals, Charms, Pins, Trophies
Complimenfs ol. . .
JOHN ADAMS HENRY, Inc.
Purveyors of Fresh and Frozen Fruifs
56-58 HARRISON STREET
NEW YORK l3, N. Y.
M . RE M Z
Feed and Fuel Oil
PORT JEFFERSON STATION
Floor Covering of
PORT JEFFERSON. L. I.
RUGERS, PRENTISS 8: SMITH, Inc.
80 JOHN STREET NEW YORK 38, N. Y.
LEW SMITH, '32
Complimenfs and Besi Wishes
Porf Jefferson 8-0555 SENIOR CLASS
EMMANUEL SFAELOS '
SWEZEY FUEL CO.
Compliments of . . .
PAUL KING, III
MR. 8. MRS. PAUL KING, JR.
MRS. PAUL KING, SR.
MRS. ALICE YEOMANS
MRS. E. A. BRIGGS
MRS. F. SCHMITTER
Fine Porlrail Pholography Io Suil +l1e Needs of
DENTON'S PHOTO STUDIOS
PORTRAITS - WEDDINGS
COMMERCIAL - PHOTO SUPPLIES Photographers
I+ has been a pleasure 'ro serve lhe
'53 RES GESTAE 5935 Myrfle Avenue 57I I Myr'I'Ie Avenue
BROOKLYN 27, N. Y.
ROSCOE DENTON R HEgeman 3-7283
EAST SETAUKET. L. I.. N. Y.
Official Pholographer for
Telephone: Sefaulcel 686 -.953 Res Gestae
'05'?901"?" 40" 0"'6'10V04'0W05'
Phone: SH 5-0630
WILLIAM J. SCHOLTZ
Audio-Visual Equipmenls . . . Sales 8: Service
P.O. No. 302. SAG HARBOR. N. Y.
Since 1886 this
8 basic courses. Practical,
thorough training in the
Bible and related subjects.
Interdenominational . . .
ru: ricruu loox
of student life is yours ia'-
for the asking. Also catalog.
Write Office of Admissions. I
MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE
820 N. La Salle St. Chicago 10, HI,
P A T R O N S
Herberl Siienfeldf Lingle Gale
Mr. and Mrs. James Ferns Mangiameli Towle
Mr. and Mrs. John Provan Mdrflfl MBSSHEI'
Mr. and Mrs. Nafhan Smilh M0Ul6nb9"9 Van Llew
Winifred Schmi++ee Mierop Meyer
Waller Chapman Milligan Sfrong, B.
Mrs. Francis L. Gallanf MOOHGY- J- Eleckaf
Miclrey's Barber Shop MOOFWY- R- Evans
Anderson Morrow Finger
Armgfrgng MOSS Caron
Becker Moy Minuse
Birkgnlund Mullaney Cooper, A.
Camp Nolar Hanna
Carlson Osborne McNamara
Cgrfer Parlzer Gales
Clary Paffison Scoll'
Cleveland PGY Bolllef
Cooper Percy Zumpff
Crock Poinseil Dow
Davidson Provan Slanden
Dawson Reaves Kiernan
DuBi-gn Soerheide Boice
DuPr9g Springhorn Psola
Ferng SleVel'lSOn Wolf, Rob
Foster Sfienfeldl' Reynolds
Frickq Tagarl Bamman
Gregn Towlen Barneff
Hsu Vaughn Gailer
l"9l95 Venable Wiggens
ions' warden Wolf, Rich
Kzglochan Webber Lowander
KMCM Winlrleman Esser
Lee Woodel Ellis. J.
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Complimenls of . . .
S T A F F O R
Uniforms and Equipmenl' for All School Alhlelic Aclivilies
Flags . . . Fishing Tackle
I50 JACKSON STREET HEMPSTEAD, LONG ISLAND. N. Y
THE NEW SHOE STORES
HEM PSTEAD FREEPORT
MOFFETT'S DEP'T. STORE
STONY BROOK. N. Y.
STONY BROOK GIFT SHOP
STONY BROOK, LONG ISLAND. N. Y.
Calherine H. Nelson Edilh A. Nelson
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RUSSELL B. HAWKINS
PORT JEFFERSON STA.
Sales FORD Service
English Economy Cars
CONSUL - 4 Cyl ..... ZEPHYR - 6 Cyl.
SMITHTOWN BRANCH. L. I.. N. Y.
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